Tag Archives: Brian Zavala

Zavala Lands at Colony

By George Hernandez (Ontario) – Temple City alum and former Wilson head coach Brian Zavala has been named the new head football coach at Colony the school announced Monday.

Zavala Named DC/Assistant Head Coach at Rancho Cucamonga

By Tim Peterson (Rancho Cucamonga) – Brian Zavala, long time area coach, has been named Defensive Coordinator and Assistant Head Coach at Rancho Cucamonga. 

Mid Valley Spotlight: Colony’s Michael Ezeike

Michael Ezeike, Senior, Colony: WR/FS 6′ 4″ 225 

Zavala Leaves Montebello for Colony

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Montebello defensive coordinator Brian Zavala has left the Oilers to become the DC at Colony Montebello assistant Pete Gonzalez Jr. confirmed Thursday.

Fanview: February 2, 2017

By Joe Torosian “When all else fails there’s always delusion.”—Conan O’Brien Kick it! Right off the Top: I guess I wrote a column last week calling for the end of Temple City football…I can’t find it on my computer but if you run across it can you forward it to me? Thanks.

The Peterson Principle: 6/6/2016

By Tim Peterson I know, I know. Nothing can be determined at a passing league competition. It doesn’t matter until you put on the pads. We hear that at…well… at every passing league competition.

Montebello at Cal Lutheran Camp

By Tim Peterson The University of Washington staff came out to Cal Lutheran this week to put on a football camp. Montebello players and  coaches were invited to participate.

Whittier College Tournament: A Few More Shots…

16 schools participated in the Whittier College Tournament Saturday. Some local, and some from other area codes. In the end La Habra beat Buena Park 26-14 in the final. Buena Park went 7-1 and beat Sonora in the semi finals. La Habra went 7-0 and beat El Rancho in the semis. Here’s a few more shots.

The TEN: 1/25/2013

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

Mid-Valley Division Offensive Coordinator of The Year: El Monte OC Brian Tabatabai

“Do you think it’s going to work Joe?” “Best thing for a sportswriter to do is to keep his mouth shut,” said MVS Editor Joe Torosian when the question was put to him.